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[76b] to recollect and tell me what account Gorgias gives of virtue!

When you have answered my question, Socrates, I will answer yours.

One might tell even blindfolded, Meno, by the way you discuss, that you are handsome and still have lovers.

Why so?

Because you invariably speak in a peremptory tone, after the fashion of spoilt beauties, holding as they do a despotic power so long as their bloom is on them. You have also, I daresay,

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